Multi-award winning comedian, actor and writer Ricky Grover has an impressive list of TV & film credits and is a hugely popular and explosive act, on both the national and international comedy circuit. Born and bred in the East End of London, Ricky was an ex champion boxer and hairdresser before taking the comedy scene by storm.
On the comedy circuit Ricky is best known and loved for his comic character "Bulla" (gangster and social commentator). Bulla also appeared as a regular guest on - The 11 o"clock Show and was interviewed by Michael Parkinson (YouTube). Bulla continues to be an opinion former, writing a monthly column in Front magazine and "Bulla" the film is currently in production.
As well as comedy clubs and corporate appearances Ricky is in demand on the Armed Forces Comedy Circuit, regularly playing from our Troops abroad.
A prolific writer, Ricky has written and starred in three short films, receiving international acclaim. The UK released "Punch" won him the prestigious Silver Bear Award and "Hungry" (broadcast on Channel 4) won him the Best Actor Award at the Brest Film Festival. His latest film, "Therapy", is currently in production.
"Absolute knockout" Guardian
"Hilarious" The Sun
"Thank God for Ricky Grover!" Evening Standard
“Ricky Grover, born and bred in London’s East End, is probably one of the funniest men I have ever seen “ - The Independent on Sunday, August 2006
Live comedy including:
It’s probably easier to write where Ricky hasn’t played... pretty well nowhere…
TV’s Hardest Men, SKY one 2008
Pro Coach, CBBC, 2007
Back in Business, BBC 2, 2007
I Love The C Word, BBC 3, 2007
Confessions of the Beauty Trade, ITV 1 2006
F*** Off I"m Fat, BBC 3 (presenter) 2006
Black Books, Channel 4
IF, BBC 2
TV To Go, BBC 1
Celebrity Punch-Ups, E4 (presenter)
Jousting, Channel 4 (presenter)
"Orrible , BBC 2
Bulla Meets Parkinson, BBC 2
11 O"Clock Show (Bulla), Channel 4
Stand Up Show, BBC 1
Brian Connolly, ITV
All the Way To Worcester (Spoof documentary), Channel 4
Friday Night Armistice, BBC 2
Later Than You Think, BBC 1
Red Dwarf, BBC 2
Comedy Nation, BBC
Tony (for Sundance Film Festival) 2007
Love Honour and Obey
Silver Bear Award Best Actor for "Punch"
Brest Film Festival Best Actor for "Hungry"
Edinburgh 2002 - sell out show and tour